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What benefits do you get from a technique like this over leveraging something like the existing composer lock file, which I believe already skips the dependcy tree calculations which is the part that uses the most memory of your installs?
One thing to add, someone wrote a package for composer that you (generally) install into your global composer file. What it does is allows multiple simultaneous downloads streams to run at the same time.
Using my own Laravel project as a reference, before it would take ~1 minute to run. After its ~20 seconds.
Well worth taking a look at: github.com/hirak/prestissimo
So helpful, thanks !
I'm so happy to hear that!
This is great tip :) I will try it when next composer install needed :)
Excellent!! I'm glad it helped! :)
Great That's So helpful for my laravel project.
also nice to see something for PHP this days.
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